Sovereign Citizen Pleated Mask
Declare your sovereignty from any nation that treads on you with this Sovereign Citizen mask. Upon being stopped by a police officer, simply point to your face to express that they have no legal power over you. Perfect for any type of protest with police presence.
Just like with the t shirt, I was able to figure out the text on this mask through a combination of squinting and machine learning: "Am I being detained? Can I have your name and badge number? Is there a recording being made of this encounter? Am I being detained? What facts or information are you alleging gave you probable cause to stop and accost me? do you have a properly signed and issued warrant authorizing you to search me or my property? Am I being detained? What is the Articulable probable cause that leads you to believe that I have committed or am about to commit a crime that authorizes you to stop and detain or arrest me? Am I being detained? From this point forward I do not consent to providing you with any information or documents that could or will be used against me in a court of law or to possibly incriminate me, so please do not ask me to produce anything and give it to you. No law is valid if it requires me in any way to waive any fundamentally protected right in order to exercise any other right or alleged privilege. And no law can convert the free exercise of any right into a crime. Are fully aware that I have already invoked my fundamentally protected right to remain silent and my right to assistance of counsel? Do you intend to continue in your unlawful efforts to violate my rights? Am I being detained? Am I being detained? Are you now trying to fabricate probable cause by making false statements into the record and false allegations against me?"
If and when the Socialist Democrats ever take power then that'll be the day that I don't consider myself a citizen of this fine nation any more so I keep one of these masks with me in my back pocket all the time.
I'm not sure if I consider myself a sovereign citizen, or what. But I still think it's important to keep in mind that the only power police have over you is determined by a social construct. We're born into this society with no say about it, and for some reason we're expected to follow the rules? I don't think so. The humans of the pre agricultural days didn't have police officers, and they roamed the same land we stand on today under an entirely different legal framework.